Category: Business /Finance/Economy

What is Equity Shares?

Equity shares, commonly referred to as ordinary share also represents the form of fractional ownership in which a shareholder, as a fractional owner, undertakes the maximum entrepreneurial risk associated with a business venture. The holders of such shares are the…

5 Things You Must Take Care of While Investing in Mutual Funds

Mutual funds are an ideal investment vehicle for those seeking to create wealth by taking advantage of the capital market. Mutual funds can expose investors to the stock market without needing them to play an active role in monitoring individual…

All You Need to Know About Sub Broker Registrations

Sub Brokers are agents of Trading Members (brokers) and act on their behalf to purchase and sell shares for clients. Sub brokers have to be registered with SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) as per regulation. Registration is essential…

Gold Standard

The gold standard is a system under which the legal tender money is either made of gold or is convertible into it at fixed rates. Under a gold standard, the value of money depends on and varies with the value…

Economic Liberalisation

The Indian economy has been a highly regulated and controlled economy since independence. This is the evidence from the first Industrial Policy Resolution which was adopted in April 1948. The government took the responsibility of developing basic and key industries…

Globalisation

It refers to the process of integration of markets and interconnection between countries. The increasing contacts with other nations have made the world a smaller place. This is happening through greater foreign trade and foreign investment. Multi National Corporations (MNCs)…

Paper money and Its Advantages and Disadvantages

In modern economy money plays an important role. Through the use of money we buy goods and services and satisfy our needs. So in order to make it more usable and convenient, paper money has produced in the economy. Paper…

Open Market Operation

Open Market Operation mean sell and purchase of securities by central bank in open Market. The central bank of the country control the supply of money through open Market Operation. If supply of money needed to be reduced the central…

Investment policy of a commercial bank

The main function of a commercial bank is to accept deposits. It is a institution which do business with the money provided by the depositors. The bank makes investment of such funds in different sectors of the economy and thus…